I’ve had my Fitbit for about 4 months now, so I thought I’d let you know how it was working out. Perhaps you are considering a fitness tracker. Should you bother getting one?
The Charge 2 tracks activities, health and food. You set your own goals and it will remind you to meet them and cheers you on when you do. Continue reading “Product Review: Fitbit Charge 2”
After learning and writing about kombucha, you know I had to check it out for myself. My daughter has been drinking it for a while and enjoys it. Continue reading “Product Review: Health-Ade Kombucha”
Finding a good gluten free noodle is difficult. The texture is a little off. Continue reading “Product Review: Ronzoni Gluten-Free”
Out of Ireland, BFree offers delicious bread products free from all major allergens.
“…so tasty, you won’t believe they’re not wheat.”
The wraps are quite good, compared to other wraps I have tried. Continue reading “Product Review: BFree Wraps”
Ethel’s has a variety of baked goods, from brownies, to cookies, to muffins and Dandy bars.
We tried a few of their items to taste the difference. How did they stack up? They arrived in the mail quickly and were packaged quite nicely. Continue reading “Product Review: Ethel’s Baking Company”
Chickpea snacks are popping up left and right. With good reason. Chickpeas are nutritious*. Lebby snacks made them enjoyable to eat. Continue reading “Product Review: Lebby Chickpea Snacks”
Did you ever want the creamy tastiness of a dairy-free creamer without all the sugar or undesirable chemicals? Nutpods has the answer to that. Continue reading “Product Review: nutpods Dairy-Free Creamer”
Where can you find hundreds of gluten/allergen friendly products in one spot? Why the GFAF Expo, of course! It is a tasting mecca of the gluten free world. Here you will find both the tried and true products as well as items brand new to the market and maybe not even in stores yet, but they are available online! Continue reading “My Experience at the Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo 2017 in Secaucus, NJ”
What are you doing this weekend? If you or a loved one is living gluten-free or with other food allergies and if you are in the NY metro area, how about going to the Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo? This event is taking place this Saturday and Sunday, October 14 and 15, in Secaucus, NJ.
It’s not too late to go!
Tickets are still available. I was already planning on going, but now I am delighted to be an official blogger of the Expo. But that’s not all… I have been blessed with the opportunity to give away 5 FREE TICKETS to this event!
Continue reading “2017 Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo and…. FREE Tickets!”
When you go dairy-free the food you miss the most besides cheese is ice cream. These days though so many dairy free ice creams are available, for a pretty penny.
There’s a pretty big range in taste and texture available. Frankly, they’re NOT all good. Some are just not worth the money you have to spend. Like Van Leeuwen’s brand from the NYC creamery that cost $10 a pint. Sorry, not that great, even if it was $5 a pint. Lacking.
Most of them are too ice milky. Over time we have tried a bunch of them and have come up with our favorite. Continue reading “Product Review: Best Tasting Non-Dairy Ice Cream”
Because your family wants processed food.
So let’s find a minimally processed, tasty, healthy, snack bar. Great to grab for on the go or staying home. Continue reading “Product Review: Kind Sweet and Spicy. A Healthy Snack Bar Choice”
Fish oil, DHA and EPA specifically, benefits your health in many ways. Studies show it is beneficial for pain, depression, memory, blood thinning, RA, early brain development, triglycerides reduction, mental health issues, among others.
For health benefits the average person should be taking about 1 gram of fish oil per day. That’s 1000 mg. That’s because the average person is deficient in omega 3. For some health conditions it could be Continue reading “My Fish Oil Choice”